NWCE Foodservice Equipment’s new-look project team includes ex-YCE managers, Nick Brassett and Lyndon Moorby, and the Bolton-based firm has revealed more details about their appointments.
Brassett is the new head of business development in the company’s sales and project department, having previously spent 26 years spread across different hospitality businesses, with the last 7 working his way up YCE from business development manager to MD.
NWCE believes his extensive career makes him the perfect candidate to work with the new seven-strong sales and projects team.
Brassett commented: “My 33 year career in hospitality has been wide and varied, which has afforded me a unique set of skills to help others be it customers or colleagues.
“I’m extremely grateful to be working within a business that is looking to expand its services towards projects and equipment sales.
“It is an exciting opportunity and one that with my expertise and dedication I’m sure we will succeed in and strengthen NWCE’s worth within the industry.”
Company MD Ben Odling said: “I have known Nick for a while now and I’m extremely pleased to be able to offer him a key place in our brand new department.
“His wealth of knowledge is unmatched and I truly believe that he is the man to head up and lead our new venture to great places.”
While Lyndon Moorby has joined the firm as head of design. He has worked a full range of job roles starting from trainee CAD operator, head of design and working all the way up to owner and director of YCE.
NWCE feels his 30 + years of experience make him the ideal person to help head up the new department that will ultimately focus on creating bespoke full commercial kitchens.
Moorby said: “I’ve learnt a lot about the many different aspects of catering equipment/kitchens during my time at YCE, not to mention all the additional life skills and all aspects that come with the running of a business.
“I’m really pleased and thankful to be working in the NWCE team and excited to be part of the busy and expanding sales and projects department.”
Odling added: “I decided to bring in Lyndon to heading up the design department and work alongside with Nick Brassett.
“I know he is the perfect man for the job role and he will have no trouble helping us grow our sales and projects in a controlled and structured manner.
“Both myself and the rest of the NWCE team are very excited to work alongside of him and to see what the future brings for us all.”